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Folsom Street Foundry Opens; The Grove Closes Its Original Location; More!

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SOMAFolsom Street Foundry (1425 Folsom Street at 10th), a huge new industrial-style event space and gallery with its own beer and wine bar, has just opened with limited hours, 5 to 8 p.m. [Inside Scoop]

CASTRO—As discussed yesterday, things aren't looking great for Chipotle and their bid to take over the former Home space at Church and Market. The Planning Department just recommended it for rejection at next week's Planning Commission meeting. [BAR]

MARINARight on schedule, owner of The Grove chain Kenneth Zankel has closed his original Chestnut Street location as of this week due to a landlord issue. The Pacific Heights, Hayes Valley, and SoMa remain open. [Inside Scoop]

HEALDSBURG—The famed Jordan Winery is launching a new Estate Tour & Tasting experience in September, which will bring guests to the far corners of the vineyard's enormous property. Tour reservations are being taken here. [EaterWire]

NAPA—Popular Yountville spot Redd Wood has just launched a catering outfit with a mobile pizza oven dubbed Redd Wood on the Road. [Tablehopper]

SEBASTOPOL—Zazu is set to relocate from Santa Rosa to the new Barlow complex in Sebastopol, and Inside Scoop has some details from chef-owner Duskie Estes. [Inside Scoop]

Folsom Street Foundry

1425 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA

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